Two Full Time Positions: APD and Production Coordinator
Fresh off the promotion of Carrie Evans to Program Director, WTMD/Baltimore looks to solidify its staff. Put a fresh coat of paint on your aircheck as both are dual-duty positions.
The Triple A NON-COMM station seeks an Assistant Program Director/Midday Host, as well as a Production Coordinator/Evening Host.
Qualifications for the APD role include having five years on-air experience, preferably in Triple-A or Alternative, music scheduling proficiency with Music Master or Selector softwares, and use tools to gather and analyze ratings data.
The Production Coordinator should also have at least five years experience and demonstrated ability to edit audio utilizing multi-track editing software such as Adobe Audition, Pro Tools, or equivalent DAW applications.
Much more detail can be found on the WYPR/WTMD jobs board.
Two Full Time Hosts, KCMP/The Current, St. Paul, Minnesota
As a Host, the successful candidate will execute air-shifts on The Current, including a regular daypart and fill-ins. Hosts at The Current also work on digital initiatives and new content developed by the programming and production teams.
Work Schedule is Monday-Friday 11am-7pm, occasional weekends and fill-in.
Compensation Range: Minimum hourly is $20-$30. Exact salary determined by experience and education related to the role, organizational compensation structure and internal equity.
The station also seeks a night-time Host.
Full details on the Minnesota Public Radio jobs site.
Assistant Program Director, WXPN/Philadelphia
A rare opening at one of the elite public radio Triple A organizations comes in the form of WXPN’s posting for an Assistant Program Director.
The APD supervises on-air hosts and music programming staff, ensures the format is successfully implemented and audience-focused, and collaborates with other departments to help achieve audience, revenue, and organizational goals.
The Assistant Program Director will also need on-air skills, serving as a primary back-up host. The APD is expected to help foster a collaborative and inclusive culture.
Candidates with experience with research, coaching, and conducting airchecks will be viewed favorably.
Apply with a resume and over letter via the Careers@Penn site
Chief Audience and Content Officer, Community Radio of Northern Colorado
If you have strong experience on the news side and a taste for Triple A, Community Radio for Northern Colorado has a position for you.
The licensee for NPR affiliate KUNC and Triple A station 105.5 The Colorado Sound has a newly created C-level position: Chief Audience and Content Officer.
This position is the highest-ranking content creation/management officer, with responsibility for all content creation by KUNC and The Colorado Sound. Further, the CAO/CCO leads the content distribution strategy for multiple platforms.
Experience they’d like to see includes a minimum six years’ experience in radio media or a related industry, minimum five years’ increasingly responsible management/leadership experience, and a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
There’s much more, but assume that the news experience will take the lead on this one.
Best part? Pay range of $95,000 – $110,000. Second best part? Greely/Ft. Collins.
More on the Community Radio for Northern Colorado site.
Development Officer – WERS needs a seasoned professional to run development. Perhaps you’re a #2 or #3 at a large station and it’s time to take over your own shop. Or maybe you’re the #1 in a small market and it’s time to move up to the top 10. The previous head of development moved on in the non-profit world, but she left the department in excellent shape. You won’t have to re-build — just do what you can to take it to the next level.
In Brief: “The WERS Development Officer manages all aspects of efforts that yield listener support, including the planning and execution of on-air drives, renewal letter campaigns and telemarketing
The WERS Development Officer is responsible for achieving WERS Membership revenue goals by coordinating fundraising activities including on-air drives, direct mail, telemarking, the major gifts program, and the vehicle donation program. Goals will be set annually by the WERS General Manager based on a review of previous performance with consideration given to any unique circumstances.”